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وهذا شرح للكورس ومتطلباته: Master of Science in Human Resource Development
Linda Underhill, Graduate Program Chair
(585) 475-7359, firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.rit.edu/cast/hsm/programs/Graduate/hrd_index.html
The master of science degree in human resource development prepares students to influence the human assets of an organization to positively impact organizational outcomes. Students in this program explore the effective talent management and employee development practices used by world-class organizations. These skills range from excellence in recruiting and performance rewards to building a flexible workplace that is ready to adapt to change.
The program is designed to provide students with the practical experience, tools, and techniques needed to successfully execute organizational strategies related to human capital, and manage and develop talent to realize a higher return on investment. This may include workforce capability, improving customer and employee retention, and forming human capital and increasing employee engagement alliances.
The program requires students to build competencies in effective employee and talent development practices as used by world-class organizations, outcome and evidence-based training and learning, instructional design and delivery, career development, and workforce development. The curriculum combines a competency-focused program with the solid scholarship, writing, and analytical skills required of today’s human resource professional.
Applicants to this degree program are often experienced human resource practitioners eager to build new competencies in training, instructional design, talent management, and employee development; managers who want to encourage employees to reach their potential; and individuals interested in starting a career in the human resource field. Courses are offered in the evening and online. Admission requirements
Admission requirements for the MS degree include:
- a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university,
- a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above, or evidence of relevant professional performance,
- two letters of reference,
- a writing sample designated by the department, and
- an interview with a faculty member.
International applicants are required to submit scores from the Test of English as a Foreign Language. A minimum score of 550 (paper-based), 213 (computer-based), or 79 (Internet-based) is required. Upon arrival at RIT, students whose native language is not English will be asked to take an English Language Proficiency exam. Those who do not meet the minimum standard may be required to take additional English language courses.
All required admission materials must be submitted and reviewed by faculty prior to the completion of 12 quarter credit hours of graduate work in the program. Master’s thesis/project/comprehensive exam
All students must complete a thesis, a capstone project, or a comprehensive exam to complete their degree program. In conferring with their academic adviser, students may choose a thesis or capstone project topic that complements the candidate’s undergraduate training, career experiences, and graduate interests. Both the thesis or capstone project is a formal document that reflects the candidate’s professional preparation and should be of an applied research genre. Graduate faculty will assist the student in selecting a relevant thesis/project topic.
The comprehensive exam focuses on knowledge of the core competencies, theory and foundation principles, and application of this knowledge to a variety of scenarios. Curriculum
The degree requires completion of a minimum of 48 quarter credit hours at the graduate level, and can usually be completed in four consecutive quarters. However, the majority of students attend part time and take three years to complete the program. Students must maintain a 3.0 average and complete the degree within seven years of the first course counted toward the degree.
Students choose electives that best meet their career interests. All elective courses must be graduate-level or approved for graduate credit. Courses may be taken in other graduate-level programs at RIT and other institutions with permission of the adviser. A maximum of 12 quarter credit hours (not counted toward another degree) may be transferred from another college or university and counted toward the program’s requirements, or may be granted for human resource experience.
Upon matriculation, each student is assigned an adviser. Together, the student and adviser develop a plan of study. For specific questions about courses and a plan of study, the adviser or program chair should be consulted.
Required courses: 0626-707 Applied Data Analysis in Human Resource Development
Human Resources Management I
Thesis/Capstone Project/Comprehensive Exam
Choose three of the following courses: 0626-710 Theories of Organizational Development 0626-720 Theories of Career Development 0626-730 Strategic Employee Development 0626-781 Human Resource Management II
Electives 0626-703 Facilitation Skills 0626-735 Human Capital Strategies 0626-701 Business Acumen 0626-702 Leveraging Technology 0626-704 Competitive Staffing and Selection 0626-705 Competency Driven Organization 0626-782 Human Performance Management Practices 0626-724 Legal Environment in Human Resources 0626-727 Human Resource Metrics
October 19th, 2010, 02:53 PM